Casa das Rosas - Espaço Haroldo de Campos de Poesia e Literatura, Sao Paulo

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#14 of 105 in Museums in Sao Paulo
True to its name, one of the last mansions from the early 20th century still standing has a large garden full of beautiful roses, which you can walk around. Complete with the original furniture from when it was lived in, Casa das Rosas - Espaço Haroldo de Campos de Poesia e Literatura is now a center for poetry, literature and art. Alongside the first library in Brazil specializing in poetry, you can see a collection of nearly 35,000 volumes once belonging to Haroldo de Campos, the celebrated poet, translator, and essayist who died in 2003. With a full calendar of events, you can attend soirees, concerts, book launches, theater performances, and exhibitions, all celebrating the vivacity of São Paulo’s intellectual realm. Our Sao Paulo trip planner makes visiting Casa das Rosas - Espaço Haroldo de Campos de Poesia e Literatura and other Sao Paulo attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • This Mansion is famous in São Paulo. It's a space used for exhibitions and samples. In your land was built a modern Building, but kept this House remnant of the time of Cafe and the barons of São Paulo. ISA exemplr lost of the nobility.
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  • Casa das Rosas is a very interesting space. There are art exhibitions, literature classes, workshops, anyway, it is worth to follow the schedule. In addition, there is a café with wonderful sweets
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  • A very beautiful place. Occurs a few releases of books, courses and lectures. Excellent tb for a cup of coffee. Recommend.
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  • Pretty disappointing. The park itself is pretty nice but I went there to enjoy a coffee and I have to say we were all cranked up in a tiny space. Coffee was average for the price. Not a bad place though, waitress was really nice.
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  • Great place. The main attraction is due to the architecture because the site is weak. Very well located at the beginning of Avenida Paulista and has a very interesting garden. My highlight is the terrace on the second floor. Large bathroom with changing table.
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  • It is very good to have a place like this preserved, open to the public and free. It sure is a leisure option looks better ending the visit with a good cup of coffee in the back ...
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  • Good place for those who like literature. The room has free courses, a center of support for the writer, evening parties and exhibitions. The building is worth the visit. Charming, but need maintenance.
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